gettyimages 1152Megan Rapinoe helped lead U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team to two World Cups and an Olympic Gold Medal. She was one of the first high-profile athletes to take the knee following NFL star Colin Kaepernick's original protest in 2016. She’s also been an activist for LGBTQ rights, and for equal pay for women soccer players and was part of a lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation. She’s author of the memoir, One Life.

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